Social media is here to stay and with that being said, so is the desire for one's feed to be aesthetically pleasing. From selfies to boomerangs, to the traditional way of posting the highlight of your weekend, places all over the world are becoming deemed as the "most Instagrammable." What picture will get the most attention? What picture will be the most colorful and appeal most to the senses? Check out 7 unique spots on the Boulevard that will help you rake in the likes.
1. Blue Sushi Sake Grill
Situated near West 7th, Blue Sushi Sake Grill is sure to catch your eye with a variety of colorful rolls and fun cocktails. The bar is surrounded by exotic fish bowls and big TV screens, some playing the latest sports games and others playing eccentric magic shows. Be sure to go with a big group because the more rolls you order, the more likely they will put all the food in a giant sushi boat! While the sushi boat promises the perfect photo op, Blue Sushi offers a variety of vegetarian and meat-based dishes as well, promising to please all kinds of people.
2. Archie's Gardenland
Looking to acquire a green thumb? Archie's is the place for you! Since 1934, Archie's has provided Fort Worth residents with the highest quality plants, garden art, outdoor furniture, etc. to build the most picture-perfect garden. Not only does Archie's have some great photo ops with the hundreds of plants in-house but it also brings in a food truck every Saturday so people can grab a bite to eat while browsing.
3. Righteous Foods
Are you a fan of Sunday Brunch? Righteous Foods has you covered with their healthy twist on some fan favorites. From burritos to acai bowls and even fajita platters, the restaurant has something for everyone to eat clean without even realizing it. Ask to be seated on the patio and try one of their house-made kombuchas while taking in all the greenery surrounding each table.
If you have a sweet tooth head on over to Kokitos for fruity desserts and ice cream with a Mexican twist. Based on the numerous snack stands in Mexico, Kokitos gives those on the Boulevard a unique flavor experience by mixing Mexican classics like chamoy and conchas with beloved ice cream flavors and fruit bowls. The presentations of the desserts are for sure photo-worthy with candy, marshmallows, and little umbrellas on top, making each dessert big enough to share. If you are more a savory person, Kokitos also has a selection of Mexican chips with corn and cheese to keep you satisfied.
5. Earth Fountain Park
There are numerous "pocket parks" located all over Camp Bowie for you to enjoy a little piece of nature & a quick photo for Instagram. Located on Camp Bowie Boulevard, a peaceful oasis awaits at the Earth Fountain Park. This nine-foot orb is carved from granite by Austin-based artist Philippe Klinefelter. The sculpture, a Fort Worth Public Art project, is located in a traffic triangle know as Byers Green on Camp Bowie Boulevard at Eldridge Street. Carved out of a single, 30-ton block of Texas Sunset Red granite — the same granite used in the Tarrant County Courthouse — the sculpture echoes the color of the Thurber bricks used to pave Camp Bowie Boulevard.
6. Curly's Frozen Custard
For a more classic take on ice cream, Curly's is your best bet for a customizable treat. Choose from vanilla, chocolate, lemon, or this month's seasonal flavor of pumpkin with every candy topping you could ever dream of. Load up your custard high with toppings and take a selfie with it in front of the new custard mural. Bring your friends, and get a group shot to celebrate the closing of warm weather!
7. Winslow's Wine Cafe
Trying to get on the charcuterie board trend? Winslow's Wine Cafe not only has a large selection of wood-fired pizzas and a wine cellar but the perfect selection of meats and cheeses to have a charcuterie board without putting in all the effort. Sit on the patio for all the fall vibes with fire pits keeping you warm, no matter the temperature. Day or night, the photo opportunities are definitely Insta worthy.